Six Lessons for Leaders from General Stonewall Jackson’s Shenandoah Campaign
“You may be whatever you resolve to be.”
David Chandler, in his comprehensive 1200-page volume The Campaigns of Napoleon, begins by laying down the groundwork for why Napoleon was such a significant force in European history, exhausting us for over a hundred pages before introducing his subject, Napoleon and the art of war.
James R. Arnold, in his book Grant Wins the War, a detailed account of the Battle of Vicksburg, also begins with praise for Napoleon. Of the top 20…